Go-getter Eileen is competing in the Ms. Senior Arizona Pageant. Newfound self-consciousness leads Eileen to look into getting lip enhancement surgery. Eileen's friends, including Gail, are against it, arguing the Eileen is beautiful just the way she is. When her doctor explains the details to Eileen and her husband Gary, Eileen decides against having the procedure at present. The recovery time would prevent her from competing in the pageant to the best of her ability, though Eileen feels the implants themselves would have added to her appearance, and therefore her chances of taking the crown. While rehearsing choreography for her talent, Eileen hurts her back. Eileen and Gary visit a pain specialist who has some unsettling news for Eileen. Will she be able to compete? Newly single Jack rebounds from his recent break-up by hitting the town and dancing the night away. While out at his favorite nightspot, Eli's, Jack meets a new woman. Always the smooth talker, Jack gets her number. Jack invites his new lady friend to a pool hall, where their night of drinking and billiards ends with a kiss. Jack invites his date to accompany him to his first jet flying lesson, and she agrees. The twists and turns up in the air end leave Jack's stomach in knots. A vomit-stained shirt does not prove the best way to impress Jack's new love interest. Will Jack's new relationship soar or take a nosedive? Wild child, Sandy is celebrating her daughter Dawn's three-month sobriety with a pinot grigio in hand. Sandy's friends have embraced Dawn during her time in Sun City, which means the world to both mother and daughter. Sandy decides to speak with a substance abuse counselor to learn more about Dawn's struggles, as well as how her own party lifestyle might affect her daughters recovery. Sandy shares her feelings with LaWanda who is also continuing her role as parent well into retirement. Sandy and LaWanda both conclude, Once a mom, always a mom.